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New childhood leukemia therapy to be developed with grant presented to ApeX Therapeutics

IU Reseach and Technolgy

ApeX Therapeutics, a cancer-focused drug discovery and development company with technology licensed from Indiana University Research and Technology Corp., has received a Phase I, Small Business Innovation Research grant for $240,332 from the National Cancer Institute at the National Institutes of Health to develop an oral or injectable medicine to more effectively treat leukemia and other cancerous tumors in children. Full Story >>

Invention disclosures nearly doubled at Indiana University

IU Reseach and Technolgy

Indiana University faculty and researchers have nearly doubled the number of invention disclosures in the past three years. According to the IU Research and Technology Corp., a not-for-profit organization that assists IU faculty and researchers in realizing the commercial potential of their discoveries, invention disclosures have nearly doubled from 131 in FY 2009 to 230 in FY 2012. Full Story >>

St. Amour selected as head of intellectual property for IU Research and Technology Corp.

IU Reseach and Technolgy

Brion G. St. Amour has joined Indiana University Research & Technology Corp. as head of intellectual property. Full Story >>

Media Advisory: IU campuses will participate in statewide tornado drill Wednesday

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Indiana University campuses will participate in a statewide tornado drill Wednesday, March 27, as part of Indiana's Severe Weather Awareness Week, March 24 to 30. Full Story >>

2011-12 Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference series opens with focus on product marketing

Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics

The successful Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series will begin its sixth year in Indianapolis on Sept. 23 with an extensive program on the "consumerization" of medical product marketing. Full Story >>

Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference to focus on health information technology

Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics

Proponents have argued that the full utilization of electronic health records will serve to improve patient care and safety, and simplify compliance and regulation of the U.S. healthcare system -- at a cost savings -- if the roadblocks to success are identified and appropriately handled. The last event in the Indiana Life Sciences Collaboration Conference Series, on Friday, May 13, will bring experts from industry and the regulatory environment together to discuss this topic. Full Story >>